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02.17 2012

Hobo Film Fest Saturday in the Gallery

This Saturday Night February 18th

Mike Hall and Tom Bubul present, as a supplement to their exhibition “Other Ways In”

Hobo Film Fest 

Appearing one night only (last screening EVER). The 3 hour program screens short films about riding freight trains in America and features John T Davis’s (Shell Shock Rock, Route 66, Power In The Blood) epic documentary, “Hobo”. Considered by most rail riders and documentary filmmakers as the best film on the subject, Hobo captures the true tramp experience from the rails and through the soup kitchens and jungles of America’s railroads along the Burlington Northern’s legendary “high line” from Minneapolis to Seattle.

www.myspace.com/hobofilmfest

7pm
donations strongly encouraged

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BkfV9Ivb-M[/youtube]

02.17 2012

Pieces of “Planar Split”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grab prints and drawings from Lance Simmons’ and James Ullmer’s exhibit Planar Split at Part Time Studios——->

ONLINE STORE

one week left to snag these weird originals and strange editions.

 

02.03 2012

“Other Ways In” tonight 7-10

02.02 2012

Deeper Still

Other Ways In

get closer this Friday 7-10

02.01 2012

Deep in the Zone

Other Ways In

spilling out sideways on the walls.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mike’s Zone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tom’s Zone

come out to see it/us on friday. seven to ten.

get up. stay free.

 

02.01 2012

Double Dose of Duos. Here and There.

This Friday please join us in two places at once for two sets of duo exhibitions

Here:

Tom Bubul
Michael W Hall
“Other Ways In”
Paintings etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mike and I have been working together for nine years; as the band OSPREYS, as a drawing club, and as a decision-making team through 2008, when I left Philadelphia for Providence. “Other Ways In” presents our painting together for the first time. The title of this show refers to gaining access to unusual areas via atypical entrances.

Mike’s recent work builds up bars of color in step-gradients into curving forms, and grids those within interrupting blank spaces. It’s difficult for me to divorce a viewing of his paintings from my awareness of his maniacal interest in freight trains; his mind-meltingly patient rendering will immediately seem familiar to anyone who’s ever sat for a long-ass time trying to catch out, and the austerity of his designs is in direct contrast to the hidden, filthy chaos of train yards, sidings and jungles. The way he designs space suggests a hole in a fence that you can probably get through.

Lately my painting has been toward containing energy for use against persistent, general problems (i.e., the winter, the future); the idea is that these paintings will be usable as alternatives to space heaters, application panic, and dark reflection by acting as reminders of… other… ways… into dealing with the persistent issues of the world of days, where either way, you have to keep getting out of bed, taking a shower, and frying an egg forever.

Mike and I are both preparing a pretty massive collection of archival and supporting/contextual material, including drawings, prints, photos, and small sculptures, so there will be all of that too.

The opening is  7-10pm Friday February 3rd, 2012. We hope to see you there –

Tom

Space 1026
1026 Arch St.
Philadelphia

 

There:

Planar Split

Also this Friday, current member Lance Simmons and alumni James Ulmer offer an exhibition of new works at Part Time Studios in Fishtown:
parttimestudios.com

“Planar” refers to that which is flat or two dimensional. The works of Simmons and Ulmer are two sides of the same stock. In these works both artists allude to a certain dilated perception through their use of simplistic two-dimensional imagery.

Friday February 3rd
7-10pm
2031 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125

come out. stay free.

05.01 2011

scribbled earth

 

 

CARTOON GRAPHICS IMAGING

Morblawg the Distractor.